Mayor London N. Breed today announced a plan for restaurants to offer outdoor dining service starting Friday, June 12. The amendment to the current Stay Home Order is set to be released later this week and will outline the specific health and safety protocols required for the activity. Only food facilities that provide permitted sit-down meal service may open for outdoor dining.
Announcing its twenty-second year, amid the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the multicultural San Francisco Black Film Festival will be screening films from around the world virtually, June 18 through August 2, 2020.
On the behalf of Black Veterans the Coalition issued a petition on Move-On.Org calling for public support in seeking the Congressional Black Caucus to request a Hearing before the World Court on Human Rights violations against the United States of America
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The people of Minneapolis, and the state of Minnesota, and Americans across this nation and people around the world have now witnessed the murder of George Floyd right before our eyes. Justice demands accountability.
These are U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran Mack Wilson's sons. in the wake of COVID-19, twin attorneys Jacque Wilson and Jacq Wilson are advocating for the release of their brothers Lance Wilson and Neko Wilson from prison due to their underlying health issues.
Please join our Unity Team of the Human Rights Commission, the Bayview YMCA, Department of Public Health and The Rafiki Wellness Team in Thoughtful Thursdays, a Series of Self-Care Conversations @ Thursdays in May and June from 5 pm - 6 pm.
TODAY: Reminder--> Lonnie Bunch III joins Congresswoman Barbara Lee and the Hon. Elihu Harris | 7 pm Thurs, May 28
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